Ann H. Dils
Ann Dils, PhD, is a dance historian with strong interests in movement analysis and cultural studies. At UNCG, she teaches courses in dance history, appreciation, and dance research and writing, and is a member of UNCG's Women's and Gender Studies Coordinating Council.
Dr. Dils has been editor (2006-2008) and co-editor (2003-2005) of Dance Research Journal, a publication of the Congress on Research in Dance, and now serves on CORD's Editorial Board. She co-edited the collections Dance, Place, and Identity (2008) and Moving History/ Dancing Cultures (2001). Her current writing appears in the Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies and in several edited collections. She is co-director of Accelerated Motion: Towards a New Dance Literacy, a web-based collection of materials for the study of dance history and the social study of the body, currently in development by Wesleyan University Press. She is a past president of the Congress on Research in Dance.
There are 6 included publications by Ann H. Dils :